Unity and Progress Lodge

3723

World War 1

Lodge Members who gave their Life during  World War 1.

These names are listed on the Roll of Rememberance at Grand Lodge

Alfred Baker Sgt. Major
Edward T. Cole Sgt.
Robert H. Foster Cpl.
George H. Lucas Pte.

 

Air Raid on the School

On January 28th 1918 the School was damaged during an air raid. Five Children were killed and several more injured. The Minutes of the School’s Managers recorded the bereaved family names.

Pretty
Moore
Langer

 

In later years these names were recorded on a memorial plate displayed outside the school.  William Langer rescued four of his fellows but lost his own life attempting to rescue a fifth, a commemorative alabasta plaque was donated to the school in William’s memory.  Both memorials have since been lost.

 

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